FCC Frees Up More Spectrum for Wireless Broadband


    Approves AT&T/Sirius XM proposal resolving interference questions

    The FCC Wednesday continued its push to free up spectrum for broadband, voting to revise its rules for use of the mostly fallow 2.3 GHz wireless communications services (WCS) band along the lines of an agreement between AT&T Inc. and Sirius XM that will allow the company to offer LTE service, essentially freeing up 30 MHz more of spectrum for wireless broadband.[Read More]

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